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. but debasing money and printing money is not a good thing. you sound like dr. bernanke. all you guys that went to princeton sound the same. >> i hate to do that, but he's right about japan. bob, welcome back. a lot of business people. big front page story today. a lot of business people not optimistic about the market as some investors are. this article suggests that -- earnings won't either. your take? >> i think it's a mixed bag in a muddle through kind of economy. and we're now looking at businesses who have tons of cash, arguably half of corporate america's balance sheets has never been stronger. and they're sitting on this cash, massive cash flow. slow to put it to work because of all the uncertainties out there. you know what they are on the table. until they have a little more confidence, they're going to sit on that cash. we'll get a little more dividends. few more workers hired. it's all at the margin. >> so we haven't really had a bull market of duration really since 2000. i think that's fair. i mean, you can measure it different ways. the question is are we entering one now? it's a
it yet is because things feel okay, right, dr. greenspan? when you've got ben bernanke providing this stimulus, interest rates at rock bottom else, it has offset some other holes in the recovery that are there. i moan do you agree with bernanke's comments in germany that the fed stimulus needs to continue because the economy is far from a full strength recovery? yeah. we have positives, housing, corporate cash on balance sheets, no doubt about it, but for the most part, you know, we're looking at a slow, anemic situation, so does the stimulus from the fed need to be there? >> maria, as i've told you before, i haven't discuss ed my reactions to fed policy since i left office. paul volcker for 18 and a half and a half years never mentioned what policy was or commented on it. i think it's a very good precedent, and i do discuss the economics of structure, what's happening in the money markets and the like, i don't want to say whether i think things are good or bad because once i say it one way or the other, everyone is going to keep asking me. >> i understand, i understand. can you
, we hear from dr. oz. tonight, we focus on martha washington. >> ben bernanke will be on capitol hill tomorrow morning. live coverage of his testimony before the senate banking committee will be on c-span3 at 10:00 a.m. eastern. >> on route 66, people were traveling. for fun, for a job, the grand canyon, working the agricultural fields in california. at first, it was just a way to get somewhere. your destination was california. later on, after all the stake pits blossomed up and all the store -- 08 -- all the tourist traps and the motel's. when those of things started springing up, it came like a big amusement park and rude 66 became the destination. it is not, can we go to the beach in california? it is like, let's go to route 66 because all the fun stuff is there. it is like a big klong amusement park. >> get your kicks on route 66. we look behind the scenes of the history. -- history and literary life in albuquerque. >> hearing from president obama and vice president biden in the white house, this is 20 minutes. [applause] >> i did not know jack is as good as he is. thank you all v
to hear from president obama. in about 40 minutes, the governors here from a tv personality, dr. oz, about the importance of healthy living. ben bernanke will be on capitol hill tomorrow morning to deliver the semiannual monetary policy report. live coverage of his testimony before the senate banking committee will be on c-span 3 at 10:00 eastern. >> all the founders' primary concerns, number one, with national security. what would they say, for example, about a company? based on how they acted in other instances, they would have savored a bailout because the supply -- a supply united states with their fighter jets. you can make an argument they would have supported the bailout of chrysler back in the 1980's. what is the difference? chrysler made tanks back then. they were our only tank manufacturer. it is interesting and class -- when chrysler comes out of debt and repays a government loan and comes back to help, the main way they do so is by selling off the tank division and plowing the money back into the company. >> larry will take your calls, e-mails, and facebook posts, and tweets. l
. >> ifill: bernanke said the sequester was supposed to be a doomsday weapon designed to spur compromise. >> it was done to be sort of like dr. strangelove, you know, the bomb that goes off. so obviously if you can find a way to, you know, in a bipartisan way to make it more effective and better prioritized, that would be a good thing. >> ifill: instead the spending cuts could begin to take effect at week's end. president obama, speaking at a shipyard in new port news, virginia, delivered fresh warnings today that the spending cuts would result in painful, self-inflicted wounds. >> because of these automatic cuts, about 90,000 virginians who work for the department of defense would be forced to take unpaid leave from their jobs. so that's money out of their pockets. money out of their paychecks. and then that means there's going to be a ripple effect on thousands of other jobs and businesses and services throughout the commonwealth. >> ifill: the president pressed for a compromise that combines targeted spending cuts with increased tax revenue. >> there are too many republicans in congre
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